This morning, as I was reading Terry Davis' book "Receive and Achieve Now", I was challenged by one of the exercises to write out my Personal Reality Statement. This exercise is very similar to positive affirmations.
I found this to be a powerful exercise because it forced me to release negative expectations.
Writing the statement helped me to focus on the positive feelings I would have if I actually achieved my dreams.
Here's what I wrote:
"I am grateful that God has turned my mindset, my marriage and my money problems around.
I am no longer bound.
I am no longer a victim to my past shame.
I am grateful that my husband and I are best friends. We work together to give hope to others.
I am excited that my daughter is redeemed from every generational curse.
I wake up full of energy and full of creativity.
I exude confidence every single day as I walk out my God-given assignment.
I am Tasha M. Scott.
I am the first me...not the next anyone!"
This motivates me every time I read it. So much so that I decided to commit this to memory and continue declaring and claiming this to be my actual reality.
What about you? Are you ready to re-think your reality? It's true...if you change your thoughts, you really could transform your life.
CHALLENGE: Will you commit to writing out your own Personal Reality Statement today? If so, type yes in the comment section below.
I'm praying for you! :)
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